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Regina Emily Robbins, PhD
- Assistant Professor of Sociology & Native American Studies
- ASH 106A
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Regina Emily Robbins earned her PhD in Preventive and Societal Medicine from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, with a graduate minor in Native American Studies from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. She is an Assistant Professor in Sociology & Anthropology and Native American Studies. Dr. Robbins is an enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma and serves locally on the Center for Great Plains Studies Board of Governors and the Native American Achievement Council. Her research in progress includes various community based participatory studies that engage students and community in indigenous research methods to open up dialogue around contemporary Native American issues and develop initiatives that help build and sustain education, public health and the arts in Indian country and among our urban Indian population. Recent course offerings include: Introduction to Native American Studies, Native American Health & Wellness, The Sciences of Sustainability in Public Health, & Indigenous Research Methods.
Areas of Interest:
- Preventive and Societal Medicine
- Medical Humanities
- Contemporary Native American Issues
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